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Rocha's Solo Effort Was Truly Amazing Nov 12, 2012

Peabody’s Catarina Rocha put on a solo performance that further cemented the senior’s growing legend in Saturday’s Div. 1 race at the EMass Cross Country Championships on the grounds of the Wrentham Developmental Center.

MIAA STATE CHAMPIONSHIP WEEKEND Nov 9, 2012

It's been 16 weeks since many of the Massachusetts State harriers first laced up their running shoes in preparation for this weekends State Championships. Everyone is prepared and ready to go. This is the most exciting meet of the year for many runners. For some, it's the final destination, but for others, it is nothing but a speed bump on the climb to Northfield Mountain. 

Eastern Mass Boys Predictions ! Nov 8, 2012

Coach Miller made his predictions known in August for the upcoming fall season, and while he nailed his share, boy was he off on a few. The burly coach revisits his predictions in this divisional meet preview and points out what he hit on, what he missed on, and where he wasn't even in the ballpark of. Next up is the boys of Eastern Mass..

Eastern Mass Girls Predictions ! Nov 9, 2012

Coach Miller made his predictions known in August for the upcoming fall season, and while he nailed his share, boy was he off on a few. The burly coach revisits his predictions in this divisional meet preview and points out what he hit on, what he missed on, and where he wasn't even in the ballpark of. We move on to the Eastern Mass. girls to see where he was right and where he was wrong.

McNulty, Rocha run away from competition Nov 11, 2012

WRENTHAM — In two of Saturday’s six EMass cross-country championship races at Wrentham Development Center, the eventual winners paid more attention to how they felt instead of their split time. Bishop Feehan junior Abbey McNulty finished the Division 4 race in 17 minutes 53.8 seconds, almost 44 seconds ahead of Hopkinton sophomore Shelby Aarden and 20 seconds off her personal best.In their respective 5k races, they broke the tape with at least a 40-second gap between them and the next finisher.

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